Tekashi 6ix9ine Appears To Order Hit On Chief Keef’s Cousin In New Video

This will more than likely be used against him in court.

In a new video obtained by TMZ, Tekashi 6ix9ine is seen doing what is believed to be ordering a hit on a relative of one of his rivals, Chief Keef.

Throughout the video, which was recorded in May 2018, the “Gummo” musician is on FaceTime with Keef’s cousin, Tadoe. He repeatedly asks him when's the last time he’s shot someone.

“When’s the last time y’all did somethin’ to somebody?” he asks Tadoe. “When’s the last person you shot? When’s the last time you shot? I know you, blood! So why you don’t go back to your city?”

“When’s the last time somethin’ happened to me in my city?” He continues. “I’m there all the time.”

Tekashi also asks him if he’s staying at his house or at Keef’s hotel. If you can recall, Chief Keef was shot at in early June in front of his hotel. Although he denied involvement, all signs pointed to 6ix9ine due to their long-standing beef.

After ending the FaceTime call, Tekashi brags to his crew about how much he'd be getting for the "Love Sosa" musician's relative.

"Yo, I gotta thirty pack on him right now," he gloats. "Swear to God I gotta thirty pack. Thirty thou cash right now.”

Currently, Tekashi is sitting in a Brooklyn detention facility after an arrest on racketeering and many other charges. If convicted, he faces up to life in prison.

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"Hey cuz, that’s on my mama and my sis, I’m the best lyricist in the muthaf**kin' game, bro,” he declared. “I might not have the best flow, sound...but when it comes to wordplay, cuz, come on bro.”

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The 22-year-old rapper has a way of getting a response on social media — even if its negative. Earlier in the month, Blueface kicked his mother and sister out of his home during a heated confrontation that reportedly involved his two girlfriends. On Tuesday (July 16), the L.A. native debuted a new face tattoo and previewed a new record where he talks about booting his family out of the home. Listen to the track below.

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Instagram Testing Feature That Hides Number Of “Likes” From Users

Instagram could be gearing up for a permanent change that would allow users to focus on content instead of the number of likes that each posts receives. The Facebook-owned social networking giant is testing a tool that hides the number of likes that each post receives and video views., making them only visible to the account holder.

“We’re currently running a test that hides the total number of likes and video views for some people,” the company announced on social media Wednesday (July 17). For now, Instagram is running the test in Australia, Canada, Brazil, Japan and three other countries.

“We want your friends to focus on the photos and videos you share, not how many likes they get. You can still see your own likes by tapping on the list of people who've liked it, but your friends will not be able to see how many likes your post has received,” the company explained in a series of tweets.

We’re currently running a test that hides the total number of likes and video views for some people in the following countries:

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Cardi B Praises Rep. Ilhan Omar Amid Donald Trump's Racist Attacks

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“You know you that b**ch when you cause all this conversation,” Cardi captioned the photo of Omar.

 

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You know you that bitch when you cause all this conversation 💁🏽‍♀️

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Trump targeted Omar, and other women minorities in Congress in a weekend Twitter rant. He also stood silently as a crowd chanted “Send her back!” during his North Carolina rally Wednesday (July 17).

When asked if she was “scared” for her safety Omar replied, “What I am scared for is the safety [of] people who share my identity. When you have a president who clearly thinks someone like me should ‘go back.’ The message that he’s sending is not for me, it’s for every single person who shares an identity with me, and he’s telling them that this is not their country. What we tell them is that this is [their country] and they are welcome here.”

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Omar also reacted to a reporter questioning if Trump’s taunts were actually racist. “The fact that you’re still asking that question is what’s wrong,” she said. “We have said this president is racist. We have condemned his racist remarks.”

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